A selection of books on making (and enjoying) maple syrup.....
A tender father-and-son story about the passage of time, the change of seasons, and the excitement of reaching a goal.
Eager for maple syrup, Ethan can’t wait till sugaring time rolls around. And he can’t wait till his loose tooth falls out.
Learn how to make syrup the old fashioned way with the help of a friendly bear and her amusingly unhelpful accomplices Dog and Squirrel in this informative comics-style picture book.
Did you know that it takes forty gallons of sap to make one gallon of maple syrup? "How many pancakes can I eat with that gallon?" wonders Dog.
Missing ingredients and mischievous pets create one humorous complication after another for a little old lady determined to make pancakes for breakfast in this larger-sized, color-enhanced edition of Tomie dePaola's wordless picture book classic. Pancakes for Breakfast is a Common Core exemplar text for Grades K–1.
When Caillou's family makes a springtime visit to Jonas' ranch, he takes them on a sleigh ride to a maple forest where Caillou discovers how the maple sap is collected from maple trees. At the sugar shack, Caillou learns about the maple syrup transformation process.
Maple syrup season is here! Kelsey and her father begin harvesting sap from sugar maple trees. Join their family and friends in this farm-to-table process of turning sap into maple syrup. Includes maple syrup facts in the back matter to make this perfect for an educational story time.
Bring the flavor of maple syrup beyond breakfast
Maple syrup is one of nature's sweetest treats. It reminds us of sitting at the table, savoring bite after bite of Mom's fresh flapjacks. Maple Syrup features 40 tried-and-true recipes to please friends, neighbors, and the entire family. Create new memories that extend into every meal with this delicious favorite ingredient.
From buying equipment to tapping your own trees to boiling the sap, this is the classic, best-selling guide to making maple syrup
Sweet Maple is an instructional book on backyard sugarmaking that's also the story of the family's connection to the past on a small New England sugar farm.
There’s nothing like a stack of pancakes, dripping with maple syrup and topped with crisp, smoky bacon to start a lazy weekend.
Or maybe your favorites are cinnamon waffles, hot off the griddle. These simple battered treats are so versatile and can be dressed up in any way you fancy, but here are some wonderful ideas to get you started!
In New England Vermonters will be welcoming its state alphabet book, titled "M is for Maple Syrup." With colorful pages that focus the spotlight on the flora and fauna specific to Vermont (and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream), the book utilizes a two-tiered educational format where the rhyming verse appeals to younger readers the substantive expository text proves an engaging tool for older students.